our core purpose

Make a difference in the lives of Our Customers, Employees and Community.

  • Our Cutting Machines

    we include a list of most common metals with their maximum recommended thickness for getting the best quality results. We use the following machines:

    LYNX – 2000 x 4000 mm sheets
    – up to 300 mm in thickness

    MESSER – 3300 x 6500 mm sheets
    up to 300 mm in thickness

    ZINSER – 3000 x 6500 mm sheets
    – up to 600mm in thickness

  • What Is Plasma Cutting?

    Plasma cutting (plasma arc cutting) is a melting process in which a jet of ionised gas at temperatures above 20,000°C is used to melt and expel material from the cut. During the process, an electric arc is struck between an electrode (cathode) and the workpiece (anode). The electrode is recessed in a water- or air-cooled gas nozzle which constricts the arc causing the narrow, high temperature, high velocity plasma jet to form.

    When the plasma jet hits the workpiece, recombination takes place and the gas reverts to its normal state, emitting intense heat as it does so. This heat melts the metal and the gas flow ejects it from the cut. Plasma gases are usually argon, argon/hydrogen or nitrogen. These inert gases can be replaced by air but this requires a special electrode of hafnium or zirconium. Use of compressed air makes this variant of the plasma process highly competitive with the oxy-fuel process for cutting carbon-manganese and stainless steels up to 20mm thick.

  • Advantages of Laser Cutting

    Lower cost – One of the big benefits is the lower cost of a plasma cutting service compared to other cutting methods. The lower price for the service derives from different aspects – operational costs and speed.

    High speed – Plasma cutting service’s one of the main benefits is its quickness. This is especially evident with metal plates, while laser cutting is competitive when it comes to sheet cutting. The increased speed enables to produce larger quantities in a given time-frame, lessening the cost per part.

    Low operational requirements – Another important factor to keep service prices down. Plasma cutters use compressed air and electricity to operate. This means that there is no expensive equipment needed to accompany a plasma cutter.

    Low heat input – Plasma cutters focus the outgoing plasma jet using a nozzle. This concentrates the energy into a small dot, meaning that the energy requirements are not that great to perform a cut.

Laser cutting service by Ege Metal Çelik

Our core values are the foundation by which Ege Metal Çelik was built.

  • Good quality.

    Plasma cutting provides good clean cuts, especially with small to medium size thicknesses (up to 30 mm), although its cutting kerf is larger compared to other methods.

  • Short preparation time.

    The prep time is kept to a minimum because there is no need for preheating the metal before cutting.

  • Versatility.

    This cutting method lets you cut through a stack of material or use it for bevelling, shape cutting, gouging and piercing. All these possibilities make it possible to fulfil many different needs with one operation.

our company

Our company is operating in the field of CNC oxygen cutting in thicknesses of 4mm-600mm and CNC plasma cutting in thicknesses of 3mm-64m with 50 years of industry experience. Our aim is to offer our valued customers the best quality service at the most affordable price in the shortest time. To be an exemplary company in the sector by providing customer satisfaction. To work with the understanding of business partner with the customer in the position of metal product supplier for different sectors.

general information

There is a cutting angle in plasma cuts. As the thickness increases or decreases, this angle may differ. Because the cutting speed is high, cutting can be done faster. In terms of cost, it is higher than oxygen. The cutting speed may vary depending on the slower cost thickness.